Top-ranked IC Regina rolls by Sigourney-Keota, 49-6
IOWA CITY (KWWL) -
The test of many great teams is how they respond to adversity.
Iowa City Regina has responded well since their first game lost to Solon. They have put together two good wins, including the game that took place Friday night.
The Regals would take on the Savage Cobras of Sigourney-Keota at home.
In the first quarter, it would be all Regina. Regals quarterback Drew Cook would roll out to his right and hit receiver Ethan Suchomel, who would scamper 15 yards to the end zone. The extra point would also be good, and the Regals would go up seven to nothing.
Later in the first, Cook would hit Nathan Stenger over the middle for an easy score. Once again, the extra point would be good and Regina would go up 14 to nothing.
At the start of the second quarter, Regina would pound the ball up the middle. Cook would hand off to running back Jake Brinkman, who would barely break the plane, but it would be good enough for six points. The extra point would add to the score and the Regal would be up 21 to nothing.
Regina would do it on the other side of the ball as well. Cobras quarterback Blaine Gretter would try to roll out, but he would be met by the Regals defensive lineman Phil Arendt, who would get credit for the sack. The Cobras would end up punting.
The second half wouldn't go any better for Sigourney-Keota. The Regals would dominate the game and win easily, 49-6.
Written by John Wilmer, KWWL Sports
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